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gop white house hopeful backing the debt increase is former utah governor jon huntsman, who's called the boehner bill a good step. >> the boehner plan at least begins that process of cutting, that i think is terribly important. the president has shown no leadership. he doesn't have a plan on the table. my opponents in this race haven't even come up with what they support. >> but all the republican presidential candidates do support spending cuts and oppose tax hikes. sarah palin calls the boehner bill a gop retreat while she accuses the president of trying to scare voters into accepting more government spending, but she's not actually above political threats herself and she warned republicans on facebook today that everyone she talks believes in contested primaries. she sides with tea partiers against a debt hike and will join a tea party rally in iowa around labor day weekend, right about the time she says she'll make a final decision on whether she's running or not. bret? >> bret: makes you go hmm. carl, thank you. a spokesperson for new jersey governor chris christie says the gove
. >> greta: we have a jam-packed two hours. coming up senator jon kyl, david plouffe, senator coburn, senator barrasso, rick klein, sam youngman and more. first, south dakota senator john thune. >> as we are list anyone to the two speeches do you think we are at all close? >> what was striking about the president's speech is what he didn't say. he didn't say i will veto a short term extension of the debt limit that was significant. other parts of the speech were you would expect. everybody is trying to win the message war. right now we need to get something done. the president needs to provide leadership. i hope that he will. i hope he will step up many if congress can move something through this week, he will agree to sign it. >> greta: two plans, speaker boehner's and senator reid's. speaker boehner said this week while the senate is struggling to pass a bill filled with phony accounting and washington gimmicks, he talks about his speech that doesn't sound that the republicans in the house of representatives are the least bit interested in the senate -- reid's bill. >> the key is what repub
a weak debate and bachmann is dominating headlines. he'll raise between 4 and 5 million-dollar. jon huntsman can raise g.o.p. bucks. herman cain has strong tea party support but little fund fundraig prowess. >> in six hours they have to stop taking contributions. when its added up next fall and look at the special interest money there's a 2 to $3 billion campaign. >> it looks like tim pawlenty and jon huntsman will be the same money total. >> that's right. the difference being pawlenty is the entire three months and jon huntsman just got in. his $4.1 million raised which he doesn't have to file for a is a good achievement so quick. >> bret: in tonight's segment on -- saving the economy, a look at federal regulations. the time it takes to implement them. shannon bream reports if there's a certainty, it's uncertainty. >> in the next ten years, maybe more, investors, entrepreneurs, business owners, are going to be in limbo. >> reporter: each time a federal law is passed regulations that outline the law are issued by agencies but that takes a great deal of time, especially when it comes
hearty crab and roasted garlic seafood bake or sn crab and crab butter shrimp. [ jon i wouldn'tut it my table at home, i wouldn't bring it in. my name's jon forsythe, and i sea fd differently. >> and now, some fresh figures from the political ape vivin grapevine. the u.s. government funded more than 90 million in grants from china, since 2003. the national institutes of health sponsored public research projects there, on such things as acupuncture and sexually transmitted diseases among prostitutes. a conservative group wants congress to cut such funding, but researchers have written letters to federal appropriators asking them to keep funding nih grants and leave politics out of the review process. kids will get more than a toy surprise in happy meals come january. mcdonald's will be putting in a half order of apples in every child's meal along with a half order of french fries, as part of a broader health push. customers will still be able to order a full portion of either item, but the fast food giant says only about 11% were ordering apples on their own. and mcdonald's insists it's
and roasted garlic seafood bake or sn crab and crab butter shrimp. [ jon i wouldn'tut it my table at home, i wouldn't bring it in. my name's jon forsythe, and i sea fd differently. of these abandoned racetracks in america today. automotiveerformance is gone. and all we have left are fallen leaves and broken dreams. oh. wait a second. that is a dodge durango. looks like american performance is doing just fine. ♪ carry on. ♪ >> russian's space agency says it will take the international space station out of orbit in 2020 and allow it to sink into the pacific ocean. the announcement came as a shock to government and nasa experts here in the u.s. florida senator and former astronaut bill nelson suggests russia is trying to mitigate concerns about the station becoming space junk whenever it's taken out of service. >>> a lawsuit challenging the obama administration's funding of embryonic stem cell research has been dismissed. the plaintiffs claimed the studies violated a law prohibiting taxpayer financing for work that harms an embryo. the judge said the research itself does not destroy the emb
the business savvy and know-how to right the country's economy, and put hi its fiscal budget in order. only jon huntsman has come out and said there needs to be a deal, embracing things that haven't been embraced by conservative republicans. they're all reluctant to take leadership and advocacy on this, with the compensation of bachmann. the speaker has had close calls putting the votes together, and presidential candidates don't want to be held responsible for that. >> bret: in fact, some of them have stayed away from the whole issue. mitt romney hasn't weighed n has he? >> he says he supports what boehner is doing, but refuses to take a position on the latest boehner compromise. romney, the rest of the field, really did sort of support the original cut, cap and balance proposal, but it's since been modified so many times over that it's almost as though they're punting on the attempts to keep up with the various different -- variations coming out. for romney particularly, he's been absent, and criticized for not taking a position as loud as he might. >> bret: okay, carl, thank you. just a few
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